Catholic Schools Week 2023



During the week of January 30th, OLSH celebrated Catholic Schools Week.

Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. OLSH had a lot of ways to celebrate.

On Monday, it was OLSH Appreciation Day. Students, faculty, and staff were able to dress down. There was also an academic challenge between all grades. Ultimately, the Juniors came out on top!

On Tuesday, it was faculty and staff appreciation. Faculty and staff were able to dress down. Student government handed out gift bags to show our appreciation.

On Wednesday, it was faith appreciation. OLSH had celebrated mass with Bishop Waltershied. In Theology classes, students made cards for the Felician Sisters.

On Thursday, it was student appreciation day. Students were able to dress down in their pajamas. It was a special schedule because students were treated to a movie in their homerooms.

On Friday, it was community appreciation day. Students were permitted to wear their OLSH spirit shirt with jeans. There was also a fundraiser for the NHS: anything but a backpack day. For five dollars, students were invited to 

During the whole week, OLSH’s annual Charger Challenge was happening. Students were challenged to raise $125,000. The students were able to not only meet that goal, but surpass it! Congratulations to the top twelve students and the top four teams!

Catholic Schools Week continues to be a celebration of Catholic education.